New Labeling Supply Packs Address Need for Flexibility in the Current Economy

Portland, OR, July 30, 2008 --( Industrial Safety Solutions, a leader in thermal label print technologies, announced today a new supply pricing structure that could significantly reduce the investment that a company would have to make to begin labeling for OSHA and NFPA compliance. This new offering represents a major shift in the way companies might approach funding for their labeling projects.

OSHA and the NFPA are regulatory agencies that publish recommendations and regulations relating to safety standards. A large part of these standards involves the proper identification of hazards through the use of signs and labels. Industrial Safety Solutions provides equipment and supplies that make this sort of compliance possible.

Because of the nature of the products, industrial-grade label and sign making can be costly and complex. There are a myriad of standards, and even more products, and many companies find that navigating the complexities of the marketplace can be a hindrance to compliance with the laws and regulations.

“With most labeling companies,” said Joe Lyman, Product Development Manager with Industrial Safety Solutions, “a client has limited options if they wanted to get into OSHA labeling. Now, with some creativity, we feel we have opened the door for many more companies to access industrial labeling in a way that works for them.”

The new supply pricing structure will come in two waves. First, Industrial Safety Solutions will introduce what they call ISS Supply Packs™, which will include pre-bundled packages of OSHA-compliant labeling supplies. These Supply Packs will be offered at a significant savings, further helping small companies in a challenging economic landscape.

The second aspect of Industrial Safety Solution’s new pricing structure is the introduction of an entirely new spectrum of equipment packages designed to meet every need and budget. From Arc Flash to 5S labeling, Industrial Safety Solutions has expressed a new commitment to becoming the “Total Solution” company for OSHA and NFPA safety labeling.

The new pricing structure is available immediately. For more information about Industrial Safety Solutions or their products, visit their website at, or call them toll free at 877-762-9280. Industrial Safety Solutions is a GSA contract holder, and is ready to help 6:30am to 6:30pm PST, Monday through Friday.

Industrial Safety Solutions
Joe Lyman